Research and Grants
Medical Student Research Seed Funding Grants
Medical Student Research Seed Funding Grants (Seed Funding Grants) are intended to provide support for medical students to gain experience in research methodologies and conduct. The maximum award is $3,000 and all funding will be awarded on a competitive basis. The Call for Proposals is currently closed.
Medical Student Travel Awards
Medical Student Travel Awards will support conference travel, up to $500 for domestic travel and up to $750 for international travel, to present research findings. Students must be first author on the research poster/presentation. The awards are limited to one per fiscal year (July 1-June 30), per student. Awards are granted based on availability of funds and at the discretion of the Office of Research and Grants.
Click here for an easy-to-use guide for the creation of research posters and links to access research poster templates for the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. To access other communication resources, including logos and other graphics that you may use on your posters, visit the Communication Resources page.
Research for Academic Credit
The following research course syllabi are available for review on the student rotation syllabi page. Contact the Office of Research and Grants with questions or for more information.
OCOM 8941 Scholarly Work
OCOM 8940 Introduction to Research
OCOM 8942 Critical Literture Review
OCOM 8943 Case-Based Study
OCOM 8944 Retrospective, Prospective, Meta-Analysis
Rotation Syllabi Non-Credit Research
Students who wish to pursue research or scholarly activities but who do not seek dedicated time or academic credit should contact the Office of Reseach and Grants for guidance.
Research and Scholarly Advancement Fellowship (RSAF)
RSAF is a summer fellowship program that provides an introduction to scholarly work for osteopathic medical students working together with a member of the Heritage College faculty or affiliate.
Other Summer Opportunities
In addition to RSAF (above), there are many opportunities available for summer. This link will provide you with information compiled by the Heritage College Office of Academic Affairs.
Training for Human Subject Protection
Each research team member, including students, must complete human subject protection training. A faculty or staff member who has HIPAA training or prior research experience is still required to complete the human subject protection training.
Rural and Underserved Programs Medical Education Research
The Office of Rural and Underserved Programs is now acepting applications for proposals for Medical Education Research.
Global Health Initiative
The Heritage College offers a number of international programs to promote multicultural awareness and to involve students, faculty and staff in research, education and outreach activities abroad.
Clinical & Translational Research Unit
Learn about clinical research being conducted at the Heritage College.